During the first half of his State of the Union address, President Obama argued that "winning the future" would be impossible without fixing immigration.
Good news today -- comprehensive immigration reform, including the DREAM Act and AgJOBS, stands firmly among the Senate's top ten legislative priorities, unveiled by Sen. Reid earlier this afternoon.
America's Voice Education Fund releases report reviewing House Judiciary Committee member's voting records, revealing a long history of opposing policies to help American workers succeed.
Pedro Gutierrez was granted a 30 day window by DHS and ICE agency office in Phoenix, AZ to remain in the country while his case is being reviewed.
Pedro is an orphan who grew up in Arizona and dreams of joining the Marines. Unless we raise our voices now, Pedro will be deported on Tuesday.
Zahid served in the U.S. Army, the National Guard, and with the Red Cross until a back injury required him to use a wheelchair. Send a fax to Zahid's Senators and ask them to stop his deportation immediately.
A new America's Voice memo makes clear that Republicans should learn that appealing to Latino voters requires a real conversion on immigration reform, not just a conversation.
Today at 11 a.m. EST, President Obama will hold a national moment of silence to honor Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the other victims of Saturday morning's shooting in Tucson, Arizona.
Representative Steve King, newly appointed Chair of the Immigration Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, introduces new legislation questioning the 14th Amendment.